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Discover how to become a Certified Deconstruction Contractor
Any person collecting commercial solid waste within the City must obtain a commercial collection permit.
The Oregon Construction Contractors Board (OCCB) has helpful information about becoming licensed, including applications. Generally, Oregon law requires anyone who works for compensation in any construction activity involving improvements to real property to be licensed.
The Bill Naito Award was created to honor the stories of individuals, organizations or projects that have continued Bill's work and reflect his dedication. Together, these stories weave a picture of our community's dedication to Portland's urban forest heritage.
PF&R’s Community Meeting Rooms remain closed at this time. We do not have an estimate of when they might reopen. (Last updated: June 2022.)

Portland Fire & Rescue has community meeting rooms available for public use in seven fire stations located throughout the City of Portland.
The Building Seismic Safety Council (BSSC) deals with the complex technical, regulatory, social and economic issues involved in developing and promulgating building earthquake risk mitigation provisions that are national in scope.
Find out if you are eligible for a fee reduction for a building permit or land use review from the Bureau of Development Services (BDS). Fee reductions are based on financial hardship. For shelters (short-term, mass, or outdoor shelter projects), fee reductions may also be available.

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The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) composts more than 5,000 tons of leaves collected through the city's Leaf Day program each year. Removing leaves from our streets is critical to keeping streets safe from clogged storm drains, flooded intersections, and slippery streets.
The Utility Notification Center safeguards neighbors and people who work around utilities including underground pipes, mains and lines used for utilities. They also provide utility marking color guidelines that show where to find underground utilities. Learn more at their website.
This page tells you how to file complaints alleging violations of the City's campaign finance regulations.
Please use this form to report an incident or encounter that you may have experienced while the City of Portland or a city subcontractor was engaging in campsite removal work.
A permit is required to document a change of use or change of occupancy classification of a building, even where no alterations are planned or required by the code. Learn more about change of use or change of occupancy. Includes information for small business owners.
Look up the status of a City of Portland building permit review using Portland Maps.
Get the results of a City of Portland building inspection using Portland Maps.
There are several options for applying including; online, mail, and in person.
Your appeal will be reviewed by an Administrative Board. The Board will meet as soon as is practical, after receiving your appeal and will either grant or deny your appeal.

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City of Beaverton website. The Building Division of the Community and Economic Development Department is responsible for issuing building, plumbing, heating / cooling, and electrical permits. This also includes reviewing plans and conducting inspections. Learn more at the City of Beaverton website.
City of Gresham, Oregon website. Urban Design and Planning is committed to serving the needs of Gresham's community, both today and into the future.
City of Tigard, Oregon website. Community Development Department- Planning, Permitting and Building Services.
West Linn City website. Get information and applications for West Linn building development on the City of West Linn website.
Clackamas County website. Clackamas County Development Services administers sanitary sewer, surface water management, and erosion control programs in Clackamas County. Plan review and permitting are part of the broader land use and permitting process. Learn more at the Clackamas County website.
If you sold your business, changed your tax entity, or stopped your business activity in the City of Portland, Multnomah County, and/or the Metro jurisdictions, you must notify the Revenue Division to close your tax account(s).
If you have stopped all of your transient lodgings activity (including advertising short term rentals) in the City of Portland, you must notify the Revenue Division.

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